Mulvaney touts R&D increase, but some accounts would take cuts
The OMB director extolled proposed increases for research & development, but some agencies tasked with technology development are taking a hit.
Evolving identity management crucial for federal cybersecurity, but budget woes slow adoption
According to a new survey, identity management tech is evolving, and to no one's surprise, budgets are making it difficult for agencies to update their systems.
The new-age Manhattan Project: How do we protect today’s secrets from tomorrow’s quantum computers?
While quantum computers aren't here yet, there are growing calls to develop the cryptography to protect against them today.
Graves says final IT modernization report will debut soon
The acting federal chief information officer also said the White House is preparing to implement the MGT Act as soon as it becomes law.
NIST drops ‘federal’ from cyber controls guidance
The move to remove the word “federal” from the title of its magisterial catalogue of cybersecurity and privacy controls is one of a series of proposed changes.
Pentagon will soon hold contractors to elevated cyber standards
An updated regulation requires all vendors who do business with the department to more safely guard "covered defense information" that is transmitted to or stored in their systems or networks for contracted work.